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Red Dirt Strong

Coleman Proctor, five-time National Finals Rodeo qualifier in team roping, describes rodeo as a sport that was born out of everyday...

Carlisha Williams Bradley

Originally from Monroe, Louisiana, Carlisha Williams Bradley moved to Oklahoma at age three. After graduating from Union High School and the...

Rocking R Ranch House

An airy, light-drenched venue inside Forest Ridge Golf Club, Rocking R Ranch is an upscale and delicious dining experience. Southern ingredients take...

The Tulsa Mayoral Race Heats Up

Candidates looking to challenge Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum are campaigning during a summer like no other.

A Worthy Undertaking

Sometimes it’s love at first sight when you find the perfect home. Or, perhaps, it’s seeing the potential for what a...

The Wave of the Future

While virtual reality has been around for decades, it has only recently hit its stride in the...

A Seamless Transition

Some might call Zach Loyd’s professional soccer career short, since the Tulsa native spent only eight seasons in the Major League...

A Briefing on Tribal Nations

Developing Infrastructure Iron Horse is not your run-of-the-mill industrial park, says James C. Collard, director of economic development for...

The Power of the Youth

Kaela Verner Cascia Hall Attending: Stanford University Intended...

How to Prevent Your Future In-Laws from Becoming the Out-Laws

By Nina Bronson and Amanda Kirzner After years of putting yourself out there in the seemingly endless...

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The Tulsa Mayoral Race Heats Up

Candidates looking to challenge Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum are campaigning during a summer like no other.

The Wave of the Future

While virtual reality has been around for decades, it has only recently hit its stride in the...

Breaking It Down

In the early 1970s, black and Latinx youth were influenced by a variety of sources – like gymnastics and martial arts...

One Bite at a Time

Maintenance and repair crews, facing the seemingly indomitable task of cleaning up eastern Oklahoma waterways and recreation areas from last year’s...

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A Worthy Undertaking

Sometimes it’s love at first sight when you find the perfect home. Or, perhaps, it’s seeing the potential for what a...

Sunkissed Santorini

The quintessential Greek island of Santorini is unerringly stunning. There are about 1,000 reasons to go there...

The Threat of Meningitis

Meningitis, a critical and sometimes deadly infection, affects the protective membranes covering the brain and spinal cord. There are several types...

Outdoor Fun Abounds

After a quarantined spring and early summer, you won’t need to ask friends and family if they’re ready to get out...

Where Tribe and Town Define Each Other

At many corners, vehicles are commanded to ᎠᎴᏫᏍᏙᏗ before they proceed into traffic. Along downtown avenues,...

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Rocking R Ranch House

An airy, light-drenched venue inside Forest Ridge Golf Club, Rocking R Ranch is an upscale and delicious dining experience. Southern ingredients take...

Cajun Corner

Find Oklahoma-inspired bayou flavor at Cajun Corner with a mouthwatering range of cuisine – from classic Cajun to fusion options including a...

Nashbird Chicken

You get “hot dang!” flavor at Nashbird Chicken, a counter service restaurant and bar offering fun and affordable tasty hot chicken, say...

Shawkat

The deliciousness at Shawkat Mediterranean Grill is doubled as the restaurant also acts as a pita bread bakery. Lebanese cuisine, along with...

It’s Off the Hook

Bringing fresh and flavorful Southern-style seafood and sides to Oklahoma City, Off the Hook Seafood and More is a city staple delivering...

A Bright and Bustling Addition

Most people who grew up in the south know biscuits are a staple around the dining table. An Oklahoma City restaurant,...
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Getting Back in the Groove

Join enthusiastic Oklahomans at a collection of community events in August. The Maker Faire at Tulsa’s Expo Square runs Aug. 29. The...

A Smattering of Performance

While the pandemic has prevented a lot of quality shows from reaching the stage, a few gems can be found around town...

Soccer, Horses, Fishing, Oh My!

Many Oklahomans have missed the excitement of sporting events, but August welcomes several options. The NSBA World Championship Show and Breeders...

A Tribute to Blackwell

Tulsa drummer and songwriter Chuck Blackwell began etching his name into pop culture history some 60 years ago, as one of...

The Changing Film Landscape

Around Town It has been incredible and, frankly, heartening, to see the speed with which the Oklahoma film community...

From Fourth of July to Peaches and Cowboys

While many Fourth of July celebrations have been canceled or postponed this year, some remain on schedule as...